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Progressive Agenda Polls Well

 On Point

From OnPoint Polling and Research:

Likely voters in North Carolina are overwhelmingly in favor of several public policy proposals regarding education, the environment, and working families, according to an OnPoint Polling and Research survey conducted February 8. The survey was commissioned by AARP North Carolina, the NC Academy of Trial Lawyers, the Conservation Council of NC, Equality NC, the Planned Parenthood Action Fund of Central NC, and the North Carolina AFL-CIO.

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OnPoint Poll

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  1. […]  Polling is clear.  It is now a majority position among the public here in North Carolina (and nationally) that we should have affordable health coverage for everyone and that funding for this coverage should be borne by taxpayers, insurers, doctors and hospitals, and others in the health system.  In fact, Dr. Silberman cited data that among the majority who support coverage for all, most are willing to pay $500 in extra taxes to achieve this goal.  […]

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